Where are the freshmen from famous schools going: more than 70percent of them are willing to expand their enrollment in these industries of state-owned enterprises against the trend

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 Where are the freshmen from famous schools going: more than 70percent of them are willing to expand their enrollment in these industries of state-owned enterprises against the trend


This year, college students who are looking for jobs in other places have generally experienced difficulties in finding jobs in other places and the decrease in salary increase. According to the report, 63% (69) of the 112 employers on the list have increased their graduates salaries by no more than 5% this year; 35 employers have achieved zero salary growth in 2020, and even two have reduced their salaries by 5%. From the perspective of absolute salary, the monthly salary of undergraduate graduates provided by employers is mainly concentrated in 5000-8000 yuan, and the monthly salary of postgraduates is more than 10000-15000 yuan. Because most of the graduates selected by these employers are masters, the salary difference in enterprises mainly comes from post functions. The average annual salary difference between undergraduate and master graduates is between 30000 and 40000 yuan.

According to the report, more than 70% of graduates this year are inclined to work in state-owned enterprises, more than twice as many as multinational companies.

Yao Kai, director of Fudan Universitys global science and innovation talent development research center, told first finance and economics that with the economic recovery, the employment situation of college students has improved, but there is still a certain gap compared with previous years. It is worth noting that the employment of various majors and regions has accelerated the trend of differentiation.

According to the report, 33 employers in these three industries, namely it / Internet related, biopharmaceutical and medical equipment, communication equipment and services, account for 51.1% of the total recruitment in 2020.

In addition, the semiconductor industry also has a considerable demand for college students. The number of social recruitment and school enrollment of six employers such as SMIC international increased by 61.1% and 36.9% respectively compared with that in 2019. This shows from the side that the high demand for talents in the semiconductor industry will have a dividend for nearly a decade, and China is expected to become a global talent gathering place for this industry.